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The active user metrics can further be categorized into four metrics as per audience engagement in different time spans.
Sorkin’s economic prescriptions are derived from a career that’s now spanned a quarter century.
Romaine is slightly heartier, but it still has a limited life span in a Tupperware.
Somehow a galaxy that spans tens of thousands of light years is intimately related to what is, in effect, a microscopic dot at its center.
A star is born over a long span of time from a large, cold, dark cloud of gas and dust.
The Kuwaiti government claimed that they had bought new units just days after the Iraqis surrendered, yet Kuwait had hardly received any basic aid during that time span, let alone new incubators.
The pandemic shot both trends through a time warp in the span of a few months.
That would suggest Manchester made around $5 million in an 18-month span, but he told the Union-Tribune earlier this year that most of his profit was eaten up by consultants and other unspecified costs.
HOW THE CITY CAME TO LEASE A LEMONLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXAUGUST 10, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Even after it was finished, the Eiffel Tower’s life-span was originally set at 20 years.
Warren’s wild scoring run tied Jermaine O’Neal’s Indiana record for most points over a three-game span.

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